Beovision Harmony Berluti Edition – TV as Sculpture

Look at this remarkable combination of art and technology – when not in use, the 77-inch Beovision Harmony Berluti Edition TV folds down into a sculptural piece of art. The exceptionally fine Berluti leather panels partially cover the LG 4k screen, then fan out raising the screen to viewing height at the flick of a […]

Pressing Matters: Vinyl Art Exhibition & Fundraising Auction

Pressing Matters is a simple concept but with big impact. Ask musicians, managers and labels to donate vinyl and give them to contemporary artists to use as a blank canvas, auction the artwork and give all the money to Music Support – a grassroots charity to support those in the music industry affected by mental […]

Rupie the Groupie’s Rolling Stones Private Collection Goes On Sale

Dreweatts has been appointed to sell the private collection of Prince Rupert of Loewenstein, the former business and financial manager of The Rolling Stones. The collection includes antique furniture from the Prince’s private study at Petersham Lodge, as well as two prestigious awards attained during the Prince’s time with the band. The collection will be […]

Lift Your Spirits With Orchestral Music in Lockdown with #RPOatHome

Concert halls may be closed, but around the country orchestral music has been a cultural lifeline in the home during isolation – lifting people’s spirits, helping with mental wellbeing and has proved to be conducive to home working and studying. A study by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) asked a nationally representative sample of 2,110 adults about […]

Queen and YouTube Present Fan Music Videos for ‘You Are the Champions’ Campaign

Queen and YouTube Music worked together with Universal Music Group and Hollywood Records to enlist the band’s loyal fans from around the world to help create brand-new, user generated fan music videos for three of the band’s tracks to celebrate “Bohemian Rhapsody” becoming the first pre-1990s video to reach one billion views on YouTube.   […]

The New Jazz Age Hits London With Soho.Live Jazz Week

In The Great Gatsby, F Scott Fitzgerald coined the phrase the “Jazz Age”
 to describe the enthusiasm music brought to the roaring twenties that tore through New York. As we approach the 20’s again, 100 years later that movement which heavily influenced art, music, design and fashion is ready for a rebrand here in London. Driven […]

Animated Opera Shorts from Classic fM

Millions of Brits have NEVER been to the opera because they consider it ‘too posh’, ‘too long’ – and many don’t even know when to clap, a study found. A fear over when it is acceptable to go to the toilet and concerns over what to wear, are also among reasons for never sampling the […]

Game of Thrones Live Concert Coming to the UK!

The critically acclaimed Game of Thrones® Live Concert Experience Featuring Ramin Djawadi will bring the world of Westeros to arenas across Europe starting in May of 2018. Additionally, due to popular demand, a second North American leg of the tour has been added for the autumn of 2018, giving fans the opportunity to watch in wonder as famed […]

Luciano Pavarotti – The Movie

Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment and Nigel Sinclair and Guy East’s White Horse Pictures will team up again following the success of their documentary The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years, to produce a newly authorized documentary based on the life of acclaimed tenor, philanthropist and 20th Century icon, Luciano […]

​REVIEW: Barbican’s Sound Unbound 2017

Here’s Sabine Koch’s take on Sound Unbound… When I asked, back in 2015, if this was supposed to be a recurring event, staff from the Barbican said “maybe, hopefully.”  Well, two years later and the Barbican did it again. After the smashing success of the first instalment, the organisers have put together another world class […]